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Brian Cadd Live & Intimate Concert at Avoca Beach Theatre Feb 2024

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Brian Cadd Live & Intimate Concert at Avoca Beach Theatre Feb 2024

Brian Cadd is a bona-fide music legend, a multi-award winning songwriter and recipient of an Order of Australia (AM). This powerhouse singer and piano player is as energised and creative as ever.

 

His career began with the iconic Australian band The Groop in 1966 and wrote all their hits including Woman You’re Breaking Me and Such A Lovely Way. He then formed Axiom, heavily influenced by The Band and dubbed Australia’s first supergroup, he penned hits including Little Ray of Sunshine, Arkansas Grass and My Baby’s Gone.

The next few years saw gold and platinum records and prestigious awards for film scores, title songs and TV themes. In addition, hits included Ginger Man, Let Go, Don’t You Know It’s Magic and Alvin Purple.

After being based in the US during the seventies and eighties, Brian moved back to Australia in 1997 where he has remained, still playing to huge audiences nationwide. In 2007 he was inducted into the Aria Hall of Fame and in the same year was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. In 2018 he was awarded an Order of Australia (AM).

In 2019 Brian released Silver City, produced in Nashville by Mark Moffatt, since 1960 Brian Cadd remains one of Australia’s greatest treasures; a true Statesman of songwriting and recording.

Stop Making Sense 4k re-release for it’s 40th anniversary

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Stop Making Sense 4k re-release for it’s 40th anniversary

Newly restored in 4K to coincide with the film’s 40th anniversary, STOP MAKING SENSE is directed by renowned filmmaker Jonathan Demme and is considered by critics as one of the greatest concert films of all time.

STOP MAKING SENSE captures Talking Heads in all their kinetic glory and cements them as one of the most influential bands of the 70s and 80s. The film stars legendary band members David Byrne, Tina Weymouth, Chris Frantz and Jerry Harrison along with an electrifying ensemble of supporting musicians. The performance was shot over the course of three nights in front of packed-out crowds at Hollywood’s Pantages Theatre in December 1983 and features all their most memorable songs.

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